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A new webpage provided by Apple offers details about the $30 million that will be paid out to employees subjected to routine, off-the-clock searches before leaving work.
In November, Apple agreed to pay $29.9 million in a settlement to Apple employees who routinely had their bags and devices searched off-the-clock before going home.
Now, Apple has provided a webpage that details the class action settlement, titled "Apple Bag Check Class Action Settlement." The site includes documentation available to California employees subjected to bag checks from July 25, 2009, to August 10, 2015.
The lawsuit originated in 2013, when a class of employees sued Apple, arguing that they should be paid for the time spent undergoing security checks of their bags and devices.
The case went through both the Ninth Circuit, as well as the California Supreme Court. Both ruled that Apple should be on the hook financially for the time spent during the mandatory searches.
In California, employees in the class of nearly 12,000 current and former Apple Store staffers stand to receive a maximum payment of about $1,200.